August 18, 2015

Knight Errant a new #medieval @rueallyn #RLFblog

This quick interview includes info about the author, and introduces the story.

About the Author

Author of historical, contemporary and erotic romances, I fell in love with happily ever after the day I heard my first story. (Yes, I was a precocious little brat who read at the age of two, but I could hear much earlier than that.) I studied literature for far too many years before discovering that writing stories was much more fun than analyzing them. Heck, as an author, I get to read the story before anyone else. I am happily married to my sweetheart of many, many years. My husband and I share the home of  two cats, who condescend to allow me to feed them and clean their litter box. (The cats only tolerate my husband's assistance when I am not available.)They occasionally permit me to pet them but demand my love and attention as their right. (Funny, my husband demands the same. Could I be married to my cats? Does that make me a trigamist?) Regardless of my specific relationship status with our cats, I am in awe of their feline ability to dominate with half a glance or a mere twitch of tail. Insatiably curious, an avid reader and traveler, I love to hear from readers about your favorite books and real life adventures. Crazy Cat stories are especially welcome. You can send me your words of wisdom . . . Don't shake your head at me; all words are wise in one context or another. You can trust me on this; I'm an author. As I was saying, you can send your words of wisdom, humor, and friendship to me at Can't wait to hear from you.

Interview with Rue Allyn

Why did you write this book?
I love the medieval period, and research into 1294 AD told me about the resignation of Pope Celestine V. As we all know from recent events the resignation of a Pope is fraught with opportunity for change. I write about that kind of opportunity in Knight Errant.
What is your favorite genre to read?
Any historical that takes place before 1900.
Who is your favorite character from fiction (not including your own)?
There are so many, I find choosing difficult. I think the loathly lady (a character archetype) is probably my favorite because she is full of surprises.
What are you working on at the moment, and will see from you in coming months?
I am working on the second book in my Knight Series, tentatively titled Knight Warrior. This and the third book, Knight Protector, take place in Scotland 1295.
Please tell us about your latest book.
Lady Juliana Verault gladly left England—and its men—far behind in her quest to live as a Beguine. But the Christian community ceases to provide a safe haven when she’s called to travel to Palermo, Italy, where she’s entrusted with a letter from the pope that could radically change the church’s stance on women. Juliana holds the key to upending the power structure throughout Europe, but only if she can dodge her cousin, King Edward I of England, and his betrothal plans for her.
Edward sets Sir Robert Clarwyn, a knight errant and loyal hunter of criminals and traitors, on Juliana’s trail to retrieve her. Robert has never failed to bring home his target before … but then, he has never encountered a quarry like Lady Juliana, who can befuddle and bemuse him with just a smile. 
If he can’t find a way to compel her to return to England, he’ll lose any chance of regaining his family lands and redeeming his heritage. Yet Juliana must complete her mission or risk endangering her gender’s future in the faith.
With danger and intrigue mounting, Robert and Juliana must rely on each other and be willing to risk everything … including their hearts.

About the Book

Title Knight Errant
Genre Medieval Romance
Author Rue Allyn
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R

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  1. My thanks to RLF for helping me celebrate the release of Knight Errant. #KEBlitz @RueAllyn

    1. Congratulations, Rue! Welcome back.

  2. My thanks to RLF for helping me celebrate the release of Knight Errant. #KEBlitz @RueAllyn


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